Influence of snow depth and surface flooding on light transmission through Antarctic pack ice, supplementary data, supplement to: Arndt, Stefanie; Meiners, Klaus M; Ricker, Robert; Krumpen, Thomas; Katlein, Christian; Nicolaus, Marcel (2017): Influence of snow depth and surface flooding on light transmission through Antarctic pack ice. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 122(3), 2108-2119

Stefanie Arndt, Klaus M Meiners, Robert Ricker, Thomas Krumpen, Christian Katlein & Marcel Nicolaus
Snow on sea ice alters the properties of the underlying ice cover as well as associated physical and biological processes at the interfaces between atmosphere, sea ice, and ocean. The Antarctic snow cover persists during most of the year and contributes significantly to the sea-ice mass due to the widespread surface flooding and related snow-ice formation. Snow also enhances the sea-ice surface reflectivity of incoming shortwave radiation and determines therefore the amount of light being...
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